How to Make Job Hopping Look Good in an Interview

job hopping

Do you have some job-hopping on your resume? What is Job-Hopping? A job hopper is someone who switches jobs every one or two years on their own accord.  According to the US Labor of Statistics, an employee in the U.S. stays with their employer for an average of 4.6 years. If you are a freelancer…

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The Great Resignation: Common Reasons People Quit

Great Resignation

The Covid pandemic has brought about “The Great Resignation” and the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported in July 2021, that around 4 million people have quit their jobs. This is an unprecedented rate of worker turnover across the globe. Why is this happening? Common Reasons People Quit Their Jobs In many instances, the reasons are…

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The Importance of Being Culturally Sensitive When Applying for a Job

Culturally Sensitive

by Frankie Wallace, a guest writer Nowadays, most employers understand the importance of being culturally sensitive. It promotes acceptance and inclusion for everyone in the workplace, no matter their background. It creates a safer work environment, makes employees more comfortable, and boosts overall job satisfaction while encouraging collaboration.  But, it’s not just employers who should…

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Things To Do Before Accepting a Job

Things To Do Before Accepting a Job

Are you currently looking for a new job? Thinking about a career change? Here is a list of things you definitely need to find out before accepting a job offer. Do These Things Before Accepting a Job Offer Read the job description and make sure it’s a good fit for you. It takes a lot…

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Job Gaps and other Tricky Stuff

Job Gaps and other Tricky Stuff

Addressing job gaps is one of the trickiest things to figure how to do on a resume. You can’t ignore it, but you also want to position your experience and skills as the most important things for a potential employer to consider. We’ve compiled a list of tips and things to consider in order for…

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How a Recruiter Recognizes Valuable Talent

The labor market is changing. Traditional recruitment is no longer of interest to employers or employees. The old methods were replaced by the acquisition of talent. But how to find talent? Every recruiter is looking for an answer to this question. Let’s try to do it together. Understand your needs Previously, recruiters did not fully…

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Jobs that Provide the Most Burnout

Jobs that Provide the Most Burnout

Are you looking for a new career? Research these six jobs that provide the most burnout before you settle on something. Quality of life and work/life balance is very important to your mental health and happiness. What is Burnout? Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress.…

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Say “No” to These Things and Control Your Time

Control Your Time

Learning how to control your time goes a long way to increasing your productivity and setting priorities. The first step is learning to say “no” to things that don’t serve your goals. So many of us are natural people pleasers and saying “no” feels weird and “mean.” It’s not. Remember, when you say “YES” to…

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How to Fit a Home Office Into Your Tiny Apartment

home office

Working from home sounds great until you remember that home is a tiny studio apartment without a square inch to spare. Before you give up on your dreams of working remotely, take a second look around your tiny home. You may not have a spare room, but with a little creativity, you can transform the…

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